Kings of Macedon AE15 unit Obv: Diademed young male head, right, within border of dots Rev: AΛEΧAN[ΔPO?] - Horse, prancing right. Star control mark, below. 15 mm, 4.0 g. HGC 3.1, 836 Price attributed this coin to Alexander the Great (#349), but Hoover (HGC 3.1) assigns it to Alexander II, from 370-367 B.C. Does anyone know when or why this change was made? If it is indeed of Alexander II, it is the only known coin of his--quite a neat little find in a group lot! By now I imagine most of you are have seen enough of the coins from the lots that I mentioned in the Roma Auction - Buyer's Remorse post that maybe you're just now becoming sorry that you asked. So I'll give it a rest for a bit and let everyone get on with their lives. Post anything you feel is relevant.